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How to install Zpanel in windows server 2012 | Zpanel installing tutorial

Zpanel is free (open source) control panel for windows server. It Support everything things except MS Sql and ASP. ZpanelCP Download : Website : Best Cheap Server : Follow us : Facebook : Twitter : Google + : Youtube : Suggested keywords : how to install zpanel how  Full Article…


Learn to Use Basic Command Prompt (DOS) Commands in Windows

Follow me on twitter : Follow me on facebook: Website: Learn how to use the following commands: dir, cd, cd.., move, copy, del, md, rd ::::: RELATED VIDEOS :::::: Network Troubleshooting using Command Prompt: Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive using Command Prompt: Learn to use Basic Command Prompt Commands:  Full Article…


How to Install and Configure Git and GitHub on Windows

Basic Git command List – Set Up Git: git config –global “Your Name” git config –global “” other commands git clone (url) git add (file names) git commit -m “(committed message) git push -u origin master git remote add origin master (url) Searches related to how to install git on windows 10  Full Article…


Visual Studio 2017 C# Programming Tutorial Episode One: Working With Basic Forms

Welcome to episode one in my brand new series covering programming techniques using the newly released Visual Studio 2017 and the C# (CSharp) programming language. Episode one covers basic programming such as form validation and modifying controls in a standard Winforms application. C# is a brilliant entry point for any beginner programmer and offers great  Full Article…


gimp | xcom futuristic text effect tutorial | NO PHOTOSHOP

Futura font download link for windows users:,futura (This font comes preinstalled with Macs) My first upload in months, and it’s a futuristic text effect GIMP tutorial, inspired by the game XCOM. It looks futuristic and relatively stylish coupled with the scanline effect. Thanks guys for sticking around despite the crappy upload frequency. My ideas  Full Article…


Girl with big Bear Photo Manipulation Tutorial in Gimp

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GIMP Tutorial: Skyline Text Effect

Create text that appears to be part of the skyline, going behind some buildings and in front of others. Skyline image: Font: This tutorial is for GIMP version 2.8 and is intended to teach beginners how to use the software. GIMP is a great free alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Need a logo made?  Full Article…


CentOS Linux on Apple Mac Step by step Installation Guide

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Python Tutorial for Beginners 14 – Default parameters and Multiple Arguments in Python

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